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EXODUS 

1962 



SOUTHBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 



FOREWORD 



We, the class of 1962, have selected "Exodus" as the theme of our year- 
book. It was during our senior year that we led the exodus of students and 
teachers from our once separate Cole Trade and Mary E. Wells High 
school to the unified Southbridge High School. We have spent several ex- 
citing months in this newly constructed school, but we, as seniors, are not 
destined to remain. 

Another exodus is stirring; one that is more distant. It urges us to venture 
forth into this age of unrest and to strive to make this world a "land of 
milk and honey" for those who are to follow. We seniors will determinedly 
work toward this end. 



COLOR 

BROWN AND WHITE 



MOTTO 

QUID ERIMUS, NUNC FIEMUS 



FLOWER 



GARDENIA 



CONTENTS 



ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



SENIORS 



HISTORY 



SPORTS 



ACTIVITIES 



DEDICATION 




MR. ROBERT YOUNG 



MR. ROBERT BEALS 



We the class of 1962 gratefully dedicate this yearbook to our class ad- 
visors, Mr. Robert Young and Mr. Robert Beals, for their kindly guidance 
on concessions, proms, and other class activities. Through their understand- 
ing and friendly encouragement, we as a class, have made continued strides 
throughout our High School careers. In deepest appreciation for their efforts, 
we hope to maintain the standards they have set for us. 




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DR. JAMES M. ROBERTSON 
1904-1962 




Throughout our high school career it has been the guid- 
ing hand of our beloved Principal that has led us down the 
road of success. His wisdom, kindness and understanding 
have made Southbridge High School the wonderful edu- 
cational institution that it is today. 

His name will remain a hallowed memory at Southbridge 
High School forever. 



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MR. GEORGE H. BRAMAN 
1901-1961 



Teachers like Mr. Braman have helped to mold students 
into young men and women. By their guidance and under- 
standing, students are assured of a successful future. We do 
not think of Mr. Braman only as a teacher, but also as a 
kind, warmhearted human being. 

The entire faculty and student body of Southbridge High 
School extend their deepest sympathies to his family and 
relations. 




ADMINISTRATION 



AND 



FACULTY 



ADMINISTRATION 




DR. JAMES M. ROBERTSON 
Principal and Co-ordinator 




MR. ROBERT L. FOX 

Superintendent of Schools 




MR. RAYMOND L. W. BENOIT 
Director of Cole Trade Division 




DR. LEWIS A. KYRIOS 
Guidance Director 



MRS. KATHRYN H. BEAUREGARD 

Guidance Counsellor 



FACULTY 







MR. GEORGE 
AUBIN 



MR. MELVIN 
BARAN 



MR. ROBERT 
BEALS 



MR. RAYMOND 
BENOIT 






MR. DONALD 
BERNARD 



MISS CLAIRE 
BIRTZ 



MISS ROSE 
BRODEUR 







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MRS. EVA 


MR. FRANCIS 


MR. ANTHONY 


MISS 


CASAVANT 


CASSIDY 


CHLAPOWSKI 


CONSTANCE 
CODERRE 






MR. JOHN 
CONLON 



MRS. DOROTHY 
DALY 



MR. JOHN 
EGAN 







MISS THECLA 
FITZGERALD 



DR. WILLIAM 
FLETCHER 



MR. SIDNEY 
GATES 



MR. DANIEL 
GERONIMO 






MR. WALTER 
GLONDEK 



MISS PERSIS 
HOWE 



MR. JOSEPH 
JORDAN 







MR. LEONARD 
KEYES 



MR. DAVID 
KNIGHT 



MRS. BARBARA 
KYRIOS 



MRS. MELIA 
LEBOEUF 






MR. NORMAND 
LEDUC 



MR. DONALD 
MARINO 



MR. LUCIAN 
MANCHUK 







AR. HAROLD 


MISS M. 


MR. HARRY 


MR. WILLIAM 


McAULIFFE 


JACQUELINE 
McGARRELL 


McMAHON 


NICKERSON 






MR. WILLIAM 
PAUL 



MR. EUGENE 
REMIAN 



MISS MARION 
SANFORD 





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MR. FRANK 
SKINYON 



MR. PAUL 
SWEET 



MISS ADA 
TIERI 



MISS FRANCES 
TROY 






MR. ROLAND 
VARIN 



MR. EDWIN 
WASKIEWKZ 



MR. ROBERT 
YOUNG 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 



VICE-PRESIDENT 





EDWARD W. BELANGER JR. 

Engineer 
"Eddie" — Class Pres. 1,4; H.R. Pres. 2,3; St. 
Council 1-4; Band 1; Glee Club 3; Science 
Fair 2; Com.: Dance 1-4; Ticket 1-4; Prom 3; 
Assemblies 1-4; M.C. Class Play 4; Talent 
Show 4; Football 2-4; Concessions 4. 



HARRIET T. XANTHAKOS 
Journalist 
"Do-Do" — Class V.P. 1-4; Yearbook Co-Ed 
4; St. Council 1-4; Crimson and Gray 1,2; Lit. 
Ed. 3; Scarlet Banner 4; Jr. Div. R.C. Ed. 1; 
V.P. 2,3; Southbridge News Reporter 3; Class 
Play: Tickets 3, Costumes 4; Concessions Chair- 
man 4; Interclass Cheering 1,2; H.R. Pres. 1; 
Jr. R.C. 1,2; Pep Club Sec. 2; G.O.G. 4; F.T. 
of A. 2; Science Fair 2; Assemblies 1-4; Com.: 
Prom 3; Dance Chairman 1-4; Usherette: Grad. 
Wk 3, Tal. Shows 2. 



SECRETARY 



TREASURER 





VIOLET A. ZOTO 

Teacher 
"Vi" — Class Sec. 3,4; Yearbook 4; Inter- 
class Cheering 1-4; Assemblies 2-4; Conces- 
sions 4; Pep Club 2; Jr. Div. R.C. 1; Jr. R.C. 3; 
Play promp. 1,3; Props 4; Scarlet Banner 4; 
Girls' Glee Club 3; Poster Award 2; Science 
Fair 3; Com.: Prom Dec. 3; Dance 1-4. 



WILLIAM G. BOWEN 
Air Force Career 
"Bill" — Class Pres. 2; Class Treas. 1,4; St. 
Council 2-4; Harvard Book Award 3; Foot- 
ball 1-3, co-captain 4; Basketball 1-4; Baseball 
4. 




RONALD A. BACHAND 

Sheet Metal 
"Whitey" — Basketball 1-4; Cross Country 1-3; 
Baseball 4; St. Gov't Rep. 3; Com.: Fund Raising 
3; Prom Dec. 3. 



ANN M. BAKER 

Medical Secretary 
"Ann" — Cheerleader 2,3; Capt. 4; Interclass 
Cheering 2,3; Yearbook 4; Scarlet Banner 4; As- 
sembly 2; Usherette: Class Play 3. 




BETTY M. BARNES 
Secretary 
"Betty" — Glee Club 1-3; 
Civics Club 2; J.R.C. 2; 
Com.: Dance 1,2; Pep Club 
2. 



DONNA MARIA 
BERNARDONE 

Nurse 
"Donna" — Glee Club 1-3; 
Class Play 3,4; Pep Club 2; 
J.R.C. 1,2; Science Fair 2, 
3 ; award 3 ; Crimson and 
Gray 2,3; Scarlet Banner 
Soc. Ed. 4; Yearbook 4 
F.T.A. 1, Concessions 4 
Com.: Dance 2-4; Prom 3 
Assembly 2 ; Usherette 
Grad. 3. 




DONALD A. BELANGER 

. Cabinet Shop 
"Don" — Glee Club 2-3. 



JANICE A. BERNIER 
Nurse 
"Jan" — H.R. V.P. 2; Jr. 
Div. R.C. 1-3; Civics Club 
2; Glee Club 1-3; J.R.C. 
1-4; Scarlet Banner 4; Crim- 
son and Gray 2-3 ; Yearbok 
4; Science Fair 2-3; Inter- 
class Cheer 2; Usherette: 
Senior Play 4; Jr. Play 3; 
Concessions 4; Com.: Dance 
1,2; Prom 3. 




"Dave" 



DAVID B. BERTRAND 

Drafting 
Cross Country 2; Glee Club 2. 



"Jo" 



JOANN G. BERTRAND 
Beautician 
Mixed Chorus 2,3; Operetta 3 





SANDRA L. BINGHAM 
Teacher 
'Sandy" — F.T.A. 3; Com.: Dance 1. 



RICHARD C. BLAIS 

Drafting 
"Dick" — Co-op 2-4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2; 
Cross Country 2; Football 4; Glee Club 2,3; 
Yearbook 4; Alt. St. Gov't Rep. 3; Comm.: 
Prom 3. 




EUGENE W. 
BLANCHETTE 
Sheet Metal 
"Chet" — Co-op 4; Basket- 
ball 1-4. 




JOY F. BOERNER 

Nurse 
"J°y" — Three-in-one 2; As- 
sembly 2 ; Concessions 3 ; 
Usherette: Class Night 3; 
Senior Play 4. 



RICHARD P. BOISVERT 

Aviator 
"Greenwood" — H.R. Treas. 
1-4; St. Council 4; Year- 
book 4; Scarlet Banner 4; 
Golf Team 2; Baseball 3,4; 
Com.: Dance 1-3; Prom 3. 




ANNA BONADIES 
Teacher 
"Ann" — H.R. Sec. 2; Ci- 
vics Club 2; Glee Club 1,3; 
Science Fair 2; F.T.A. 1-4; 
Crimson and Gray 2,3; Year- 
book 4; Scarlet Banner 4; 
Interclass Basketball 3; Con- 
cessions 4; Usherette: Class 
Play 3; Com.: Prom 3; Play 
Costume 4. 




BONITA BORGHESI 

Teacher 

"Bonny" — Glee Club 2,3; F.T.A. 2-4; Crimson 

and Gray 2-4; Band 1; Assembly 2; Operetta 3; 

Science Fair 2; Class Play 4; Com.: Prom 3. 



"Eddie" 



EDMOND L. BROUSSEAU 

Drafting 
- Class Vp. 2: Glee Club 1-3. 




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JOANNE R. BROWN 

Beautician 
"Jo" — Civics Club; Scarlet Banner 4; 
4; O.G. 2. 



Yearbook 



MADELINE A. BUCHANAN 
Nurse 
"Maddy" — Science Fair 2 ; Yearbook ed. 
4; History 4; Usherettes; Jr. Class Play 3; 
Night; Com; Prom Dec. 3. 



Staff 
Class 




EDWARD F. BURDEN 
Sheet Metal 
"Ed" — Coop. 4; Class V.P. 
3; Football 4. 




JOANNA C. CALCAGNI 

Secretary 
"Jo" — H.R. Sec. 1; Sci- 
ence Fair 1 ; Crimson and 
Gray 1,2; Usherette; Class 
Play 3, Class Night 3; Com: 
Prom Dec. 3. 



RAYMOND P. CARMEL 
Service 
"Ray" — Basketball 1,2; 
Baseball 1,2; Cross Country 
1-3; Interclass Basketball 1, 
2; H.R.H.O. 1-4. 




DAVID J. CHARRON 
Dentist 
"Buzz" — Band 1,2; Foot- 
ball Mgr. 3,4; Assemblies 
2-4; Class Play, props. 4; 
Com: Dance; Music 3,4; 
Prom Dec. 3. 




ELAINE L. CHASE 
Engineer 
"Elaine" — Class Play, props 3,4; Yearbook 4; 
Com: prom Dec. 3, Concessions 4, Dance 1-4. 



SUSIE A. CLEMENCE 
Nurse 
"Susie" — H.R. V.P. 1; Crimson and Gray 1-3; 
Pep Club 2; Interclass cheering 2; Interclass 
Basketball 3; Science Fair 3; Jr. R.C. 1-3, Jr. Div. 
Ret. Chil. 2,3; Glee Club 1-4; Yearbook 4; Com: 
Prom Dec. 3; Dance 2-4; Concessions 4. 




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PAUL T. COITEUX 




Electrician 



"Paul" — Co-op 4. 



DONALD R. COLLETTE 



Machinist 



"Don" — Co-op 4. 




JOYCE E. COLLETTE 
Dancing Instructor 
"KiKi" — H.R. Sec. 1,2; 
V.P. 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3, 
4; Cheerleader 3,4; Inter- 
class Cheering 2,3; Crimson 
and Gray 3; Assemblies 1-4; 
Science Fair 2; Scarlet Ban- 
ner 4; Jr. R.C. 3; Class 



Play 4; 
Prom 3. 



Com.: Dance 1-4; 




VIVIAN L.COURNOYER 

Dancing Instructor 
"Vivabelle" — Jr. R.C. 2,3; 
Talent show 1-3; Basketball 
3,4; Glee Club 1,3; Inter- 
class Cheering 1,3; Caf. 
Cashier 1; Com.: Dance 
1-4; Prom 3; Concessions 
4; Programs 4. 



VERONICA W. 
CUIKAJ 

Hairstylist 
"Chook" — H.R. V.P. 1,4; 
H.R. Sec. 2,3; Science Fair 
2; Class Play 3; Com.: 
Prom 3. 




JOHN R. CUTLER 
Aviator 
"John" -- H.R. Pres. 3,4 
Treas. 1 ; Scarlet Banner 4 
Crimson and Gray 1,2 
Yearbook 4; Class Play 4 
Golf Team 2; Com. : Dance 
1,2; Prom 3; Grad. 
Announcement 4. 




LORRAINE R. DEMICK 

Air Line Stewardess 
"Lorraine" — Glee Club 1-3; Civics Club 2; 
Usherette: Play 3. 



HAIDO I. DIVRIS 

Secretary 
"Ida" — Glee Club 3; Scarlet Banner 4; Usher- 
ette: Play 3,4; Com.: Dance 3. 




15 




DARCY J. DOMIJAN 
Teacher 
"Darcy" — Crimson and Cray 2, Art Ed. 3 ; Scar- 
let Banner, Art Ed. 4; Glee Club 1,3; Class Play 
3,4; Concessions 4; Yearbook 4; Interclass Cheer 
1,2; Pep Club 2; One Act Play 2; Com.: Prom 4; 
Dance 1-4; Usherette: Grad. Wk. 



'Stretch" 



RONALD E. DUPRE, 

Electrician 
— Co-op 4. 



JR. 




PATRICIA A. 
DUQUETTE 

Secretary 
"Duke" - - Glee Club 1 ; 
Mixed Chorus 3 ; Usher- 
ette: Grad. Wk. 3; Class 
Play 3; Civics Club 2. 



PAUL E. ETHIER 
Service 
"Pauli" -- H.R. Pres. 1,2; 
Interclass Basketball 1,2; 
Assemblies 1 ; Com. : Dance 
1,2; Prom 3. 




RAYMOND W. ENGE1 
Drafting 
"Stretch" — Yearbook 
Co-op 3,4; Com.: Prom 
Pictures 3. 



PAULETTE R. ETHIEF 
Hairdresser 
"Palette" — H.R. V.P. 2-< 
Sec. 1 ; Scarlet Banner • 
Yearbook 4; G.O.G. < 
Civics Club 2; Dance 1,: 
Prom Ticket 3. 




FRANCIS B. FEIINESSEY 
Engineer 
"Fran" — H.R. Treas. 2-4; Football 2-3; Track 1 
Cross Country 1 ; Baseball Man. 1 ; St. Council 2-4 
Crimson and Cray 2,3; Yearbook Bus. Man. 4 
Com.: Color 3. 



DONALD J. FITZGERALD 

Agricultural Administrator 
"Don" - Yearbook 1-3; Crimson and Gray 1,3; 
Scarlet Banner Sub. Mgr. 4. 




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PAUL A. FONTAINE 
Drafting 
"Paul" — Co-op 4; Glee Club 1-3. 



GERALD A. FORRAND 
"Gerry" -- H.R. Pres. 1,2; Jr. R.C. 2,3; Class 
play, setting 3; Com: Prom 3; Dance 3. 





CAROL L. FORTIER 
Typist 
Jr. R.C. 2; Civics club 1. 




JOHN A. GATTI JR. 
Lawyer 
"Jack" — Basketball 1 ; 
Golf 1,2; St. Gov't Candi- 
date, 3,4; Assemblies 4; 
Com.: Dance 4. 



THEODORE L. 
GAUDETTE 

Aero-Nautical Engineer 
"Teddy" — A.V.A. 3-4; 
Assemblies 3-4; Com.: 
Dance 4. 




GILBERT B. GEORGE 

Engineer 
"Gil" — Class play 3,4; 
Yearbook Exec. Board 4; 
Attended Tantasqua Re- 
gional High School 1,2. 




'Dick" 



RICHARD A. GERVASI 

Machinist 
Co-op 4. 



PATRICIA A. GIROUX 

Teacher 
"Pat" — H.R. Sec. 1; Science Fair 2; Girl State 
Pep 3; F.T.A. 1,4; Usherette: Class Night 3; Ro- 
tary Banq. 3. 




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RONALD GRAVELINE 

Business Man 
"Gravy" — Basketball 2,3; Capt. 4; Baseball 1,4; 
Golf 1,2; Scarlet Banner: Sport's Ed. 4; Pirates 
of Penzance 3. 

BETSY A. GUARDIANI 
Medical Secretary 
"Guardinia" -- H.R. V.P. 1; Softball 2; Inter. 
Cheer 1-4; Play 1; Basketball 3; Com.; Dance 1-4; 
Play 3; Concessions 4: Usherette 3-4; Assemblies 
1-3; C. Concert 3; Exchange Con. 3; Clinic 3; 
Pep Club 2; Mixed Chor. Jr. R.C. 3; Scarlet Ban- 
ner 4; Science Fair 2. 




DONALD B. GUARDIANI 

Art Career 
"Snap" — Basketball 1 ; 
Football 2,3; Class Play 4; 
Com.: Prom 3. 



JAMES C. HALL 
Cabinet Shop 
"Jim" Basketball 1,2; 

Glee Club 1,2. 




LEO L. GUYETTE JR. 

State Policeman 
"Leo" — Memorial Junior 
High School 1 ; San Diego 
High School 2. 



SUSAN L. HOPKIRK 
Teacher 
"Sue" — Yearbook 4; Con- 
cessions 4; Usherette 4; 
Attended Maleria High 
School, Ohio 1 ; Fitchburg 
High School 2. 




MICHELE A. HURLEY 
Teacher 
"Michele" ■— Concessions 4; Yearbook 4; Basket- 
ball 4; Attended Notre Dame Academy 1,2; St. 
Mary's 3. 



RICHARD V. JESKY 
"Jiz" — H.R. Treas. 1,2; HO. 4; Prom Dec. 3; 
Inter Class Basketball 3,4. 




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"Doberman" 
Prom Dec 3. 



JAMES L. JULIAN 

Navy 
- Football 1-4; H.R. 



Offic 



3,4; 



FREDERICK M. KOPACZ 
Doctor 
"Fred" — Cross Country 1,2; Band 1-4; Dance 
Orch. 3,4; Basketball 2,3; Man. 3; Inter 2; Nat. 
Ath. S.S. Key 1; Com.: Dance 1,2; Prom 3; 
Yearbook 4. 




MICHAEL P. 

KOPROWSKI 
Dentistry 
"Mike" -- Band 3,4; A.V, 
A. 3-4; Prom Dec. 3; Crim- 
son and Cray 3,4; Science 
Fair 2-4; H.R. Treas. 3; 
Glee Club 3 ; Cross Country 
4; Jr. Div. R.C. 2. 



ROBERT E. LaFLAMME 
"Bob" — Interclass Basket- 
ball 1-4; Science fair 2; 
Prom 3: Jr. R.C. 3. 




JAY L. LABELLE 
Engineering 
"Jay" — Basketball 1 ; Cross 
Country 1 ; Track 1 ; Oper- 
etta 3 ; Crimson and Gray 3 ; 
Scarlet Banner 4. 



JEANNE C. LaFLECHE 
Nurse 
"Jeanne" H.R.V.P. 3; 

H.R. Sec. 4; St. Council 
3-4; G.O.G. 2: O.G. 3-4: 
Com: Prom 3; Dance 1-4; 
Color 3; Usherette: Play 
3-4: Grad. 3. 




DIANE L. LaFRANCE 
Nu rse 
"Fif" — St. Council 2-4; H.R.V.P. 2; Jr. R.C. 
2-3; Mixed Chorus 2, Accompanist 3; Assemb. 
2-3: Class Play 3,4; Talent Show 3; Science fair 
2-4; Yearbook Exec. Board 4; Scarlet Banner 4; 
G.O.G. 4: Com.: Dance 1-4; Concessions 4; Prom 
3; Usherette: Rot. Banq. 3; Graduation 3. 



"Cless" 



RICHARD R. LaPIERRE 

Basketball 3; Baseball 2; Com.: Prom 3. 




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CATHERINE S. LAPRIORE 
"Cathy" — Jr. R.C. 3; H.R. Sec. 3; Yearbook 
4; Clubs; Civics 2; Com.: Concessions 4. 



"Leo" 
Ed. 4. 



LEO LAVALLEE 
Paternmaker 
Com.: Dance 2; Scarlet Banner Co- 




RICHARD J. LAVALLEE 

Machinist 
"Dick" — Co-op 4. 




ROGER J. LAVALLEE 

Accountant 

"Roger" — Assemblies 2,4; 

Sports: Inter Class Basketball 

1-4; Com.: Prom 3. 



PETER J. LITCHFIELD 

Attend College 
"Pete" — H.R. Pres. 1,3; 
Yearbook Co-Ed. 4; Crimson 
and Gray 3; Science Fair 3, 
4; Com.: Dance 1-3. 




JOSEPH L. LOMBARDI 

Machinist 
"Joe" — Prom 3; Inter 
Class Basketball 2. 




LINDA L. LOMME 
Lab Technican 
"Linda" — Science Fair 2; Yearbook 4; Usher- 
ette; Graduation 3; Rotary Banq. 3; Com.: 
Dance 4. 



BERNARD G. LUSIGNAN 
Machinist 
"Butch" — Class Treas. 3; Yearbook 4; Com. 
Prom 3. 




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KATHLEEN E. MANCHUK 
Nurse 
"Kathy" — Glee Club 1-3; H.R.V.P. 4; Year- 
book 4; Crimson and Gray 1,2; Local Ed. 3 
Class Play 2-4; F.T.A. 1-3; science fair 1-4 
Drama 2,3; Pep 2; Com.: Prom 3, Dance 1-4 
Concessions 4. 



JOAN A. MATERAS 

Private Secretary 

"Joan" — H.R. Sec 1,2; Health Officer 3; Glee 

3; Scarlet Banner 4; Yearbook 4; O.G. 3,4; 

Rep. For Sec 3. 




JOSEPH G. McKAY 
"Sam" — Class Play 3 ; Inter 
Class Basketball 1-4; H.R. 
Pres. 2,3 ; science fair 2 ; 
Com.: Prom 3; Dance 1-3. 



SUSAN L. MERRY 
Social Service Worker 
"Sue" — Class Play 3,4; 
Yearbook 4; Scarlet Banner 
4; Assemblies 3,4; Attended 
Upper Merion High School 
1,2; Com.: Dance 3,4; Prom 
3; High School Corner 
WESO 3. 




MARY J. MELLOR 
Nurse 
"Mel" — Inter Class Cheer. 
1; Jr. R.C. 1,3; Crimson 
and Gray 1,3; Glee Club 2 
Ex Concert 2; Pep Club 2 
science fair 2; R.C. 3; Com. 
Dance 1-4; Prom 3; Year- 
book 4; Concessions 4; 
Scarlet Banner 4. 



MARY L. MICHON 
Nurse 
"Mary" — H.R. Officer 1-4; 
Yearbook 4; Inter Class 
Basketball 3; Cheer 1-3; 
Crimson and Gray; Science 
fair 2-4; O.G. 3,4; Com.: 
Concess. 4; Dance 1-4; Prom 
3. 




DAVID G. MORSE 
"Moose"— HR Tres. 1-3; Yearbook 4; Com.: 
Prom 3; Dance 1,2. 



LINDA E. MOSHER 

"Aggie" — Inter Class Cheer 2: H.R.V.P. 1-3: 
Concess. 4; Com.: Dance 1,2; Prom 3. 
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NANCY V. OHOP 

Nurse 
"Nancy" — Glee Club 1; Science Fair 2; Usher- 
ette 3. 



DENNIS J. OLSON 

French Teacher 
"Dennis" - Science Fair 2; Honor Roll 2,3; 
Crimson and Gray 2; Scarlet Banner 4; Yearbook 
4; Com.: Dance 3; Prom 3. 




WILLIAM L. OLSON JR. 

Electrician 
"Bill" — Co-op 4. 



Camera Shy 



DIANE M. OUELLETTE 

Secretary 
"Diane" Crimson and 

Gray 1-3; Scarlet Banner 4; 
Yearbook 4; Science Fair 2; 
Com.: Dance 4; Prom 3; 
Play Make-up 3,4. 




RONALD E. OSIMO 
"Ron" — Science Fair 2-4; 
Band 3,4: Band Librarian 
4: Speech Demonstration 2. 



LOUISE PAULHUS 
Secretary 
"Lou" - Com.: Dance 1: 
Civics Club 2 : Yearbook 4. 




BARBARA A. PERAZZOLA 

Secretary 
"Barb" - Com.: Dance 1: Usherette 3: Yearbook 
4: Nat'l. Sec. Week 3. 



KENNETH J. PLOUFFE 
Aviator 
"Ken" Football 1; H.R.H.O. 1.2.4: Band 1-4; 

Coin.: Proni 3: Dance 1.2. 




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ROBERT POIRIER 
Chef 
"Bob" - Class Treas. 2; H.R. Treas. 
ball 1-4; Track 1,2,4; Basketball 1; 
Basketball 1-4; Com.: Prom 3. 



1-4; Foot- 
Interclass 



RONALD F. POLLONE 
Teacher 
"Ronny" — H.R. Pres. 4; H.R. Treas. 2; Class 
Treas. 3; Track 1,4; Football 3; Baseball 3,4; 
Science Fair 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4; Com.: Prom 
3; Publ. Editor Scarlet Banner 4; Southbridge 
H.S. Photographer 4; F.T.A., Pres. 4. 




SUSAN S. QUIGLEY 
Nurse 
"Sue" — Jr. Red Cross 1 ; 
Jr. Div. R.C. 1; Yearbook 
4; Science Fair 3; Com.: 
Dance 2 ; Prom 3 ; Conces- 
sions 4. 




POLLY RAIN 
"Polly" -- Yearbook 4; Jr. 
Div. R.C. 3,4; Scarlet Ban- 
ner 4; Com.: Dance 3,4; 
Prom 3 ; Concessions 4 ; 
Usherette: Jr. Play 3; Sr. 
Play 4; Mixed Chorus. 



COSTA RAPO 

Accountant 
"Costa" - Baseball 1 ; In- 
terclass Basketball 2,3; 
Science Fair 2; Jr. Prom 3; 
Choral Reading 2. 




VASIL RAPO 
Teacher 
"Billie" — Science Fair 3; 
Class Play 1 ; Jr. Prom 3 ; 
Choral Reading 2 ; Scarlet 
Banner 4. 




LILLIAN RENAUD 

Secretary 

"Lil" - G.O.G. 1,4; Scarlet Banner 4; Yearbook 

4; Com.: Dance 2; Prom 3; Usherette: Class 

Night 3; Jr. Play 3; Graduation 3. 



"Sidney" 



PAUL RICHARDSON 

Machinist 
Glee Club 1-3; Co-op 1,2. 




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EDWARD J. ROBBINS 

"Eddie" — Yearbook 4; basketball 3-4; com. 
dance 3-4; prom 3. 



KATHLEEN C. ROURKE 
Nurse 
"Kathy" — Scarlet Banner ed. 4; Majorette 1,2, 
Co-Captain 3, Drum major 4; Yearbook 4; Jr. 
Div. R.C. 3, Pub ch. 1,2; H.R. Sec. 1, V.P. 4; 
Class play 3, Science fair 2; science fair 2; One 
act play 1 ; class play cast 3 ; inter, class cheer 1 ; 
costumes 4. 




JoANN M. SABATINELLI 

Lawyer 
"Sabo" - - Basketball 2-3: 
Softball 1-4; Com: Yearbook 

4. 



DIANA SAWICKI 

Attend College 
"Pip" - Yearbook 4: Crim- 
son and Cray 1-3; Science 
fair 2-3; Mixed Chor. 2-4; 
Jr. Div. R.C. 2-4; Office girl 
3-4; class play cast 3-4; class 
sec. 2; H.R. treas. 1: H.R. 
sec. 3 : Pep Club 2: Inter- 
class cheer. 2; top ten 3-4; 
Com: prom 3. 




JOHN E. SALCE 
"John" — audio visual aids 
1-4; Jr. div. R.C. 2-4; 
Science Fair 2-4; Sr. Play 4; 
F.T.A. 2; Office Boy 1-4; 
Crimson and Gray 1-3; Scar- 
let Banner 4; U.N. Assembly 
3: Projectionist Club 1-4: 
Com: Jr. prom 3. 



JOSEPH H. SEREMET 
"Joe" — Yearbook 3-4; 
Science fair 2-3 ; Jr. Div. 
R.C. 3; Audio Visual aids 
3-4; Crimson and Gray 2-3; 
Scarlet Banner 4: H.R. HO. 
3 ; Exchange Concert 3 ; 
Mixed Chorus 3; Fresh, play 
1 ; Jr. play 3; Sr. play 4; 
Operetta 3; Com: Prom 3; 
Dance 1-4. 




CHRISTINE H. SHEA 
Nurse 
"Tina" Yearbook Exec. Bd. 4: Science fair 

2-3: Jr. Div. R.C. 1-2, pub ch. 3: H.R.V.P. 1: 
C and C 2-3: Scarlet Banner 4; Rotary Club 
Banquet 3: Assemblies 1-4: Com: Dance 1-4: 
Prom Dec. 3: Crad Usherette 3. 



JAN M. SICHOL 

Accountant 
"Jan" — H.R. treas. 1-2: football 1.3.4: basket- 
ball 1: Com: Dance 1: Crad cxer. 3: Assemblies 
1.2: Clean up 4: Play 4: Scarlet Banner 4. 




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STUART SIMON 
"Stu" — Yearbook 4; Scarlet Banner 4; Science 
Fair 2-3; A.V.A. 2-4; Exchange Concert 3; Mixed 
Chorus 3; Band 1. 



NORMAND SIMONELLI 
"Deano" — H.R. Pres. 1 ; H.R. Treas. 3,4; 
H.R. Health Officer 2; Inter, basketball 2,3; Glee 
Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 2,3; Choral Reading 2; 
Com: Dance 1-4; Prom 3; Concessions 4; Science 
Fair 2,3. 




GEORGE SLADDIN 

Accountant 
"George" — Prom 3; Com: 
Dance 1-3; Baseball 1; Golf 
2,4; Band 1; Glee Club 1,3. 




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CAROLYN R. SMITH 

Secretary 
"Smitty" — Scarlet Banner 
4; Science Fair 2; Glee Club 
1-4; Exchange Concert 2-3;' 
Ass. 2; Office Girl 4; Pep 
Club 2; Dance Com. 1; 
Operetta Usherette 3. 



JOHANNA SOLDANI 
X-Ray Tech. 
"Jo" — Class Sec. 1 : 
H.R.V.P. 2-3; H.R. Sec 4; 
Interclass cheer. 1-4; Prom 
Plan, Dec. 3; Com: Dance 
1-4; Jr. R.C. 1-2; Jr. Div. 
R.C.C. 1; St. Council 3; 
Clubs: Pep 2; Science Fair 
2-4; Concessions 4; Ass. 1-4: 
Usherettes 3. 





JANICE Y. SPLAINE 
Teacher 
"Jan" — H.R.. Sec. 2; F.T. 
of A. 1-4; Interclass cheer. 
1,2; Prom Dec. 3; Dance 
com. 1-4; Science Fair 2; 
O.G 4; Ass. 2-4; Yearbook 
4; Concessions 4; Ace, 
Senior Class Night Glee 
Club 3,4; Usherette 3; 
Speech Demonstration 2. 




NATALIE M. SZUGDA 
Art Teacher 
"Nat" — Crimson and Gray 3; Yearbook 4; Scar- 
let Banner 4; One Act Play 1 ; Glee Club 2-4; Ex- 
change Concert 2; Interclass cheer. 2; Jr. R.C. 
1-2; Com: Dance 1-4; Prom plan, dec; 3. 



MARGARET TARQUINIO 

Hairdresser 
— Yearbook 4; Scarlet Banner 4; O.G. 3-4; Dance 
Com. 2 ; Usherette 3. 




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ROGER H. TIBERII 

Air Force 
"Rog" -- H.R. Pres. 2,3; St. Council 4; Class 
Play 4; Interclass Basketball 3; Com: Prom 3; 
Dance 1-4, Jr. R.C. 1. 



ANN M. TREMBLAY 
Nurse 
"Annie" — Div. R.C. 1-3; Jr. R.C. 2; Prom Dec. 
3; Prompter 2; Glee Club 1; Usherette 3. 




GEORGE O. VALLEE 

Cabinet Shop 
"George" - Com: Prom 
Dec. 3; Candy 2. 



Camera Shy 




ALBERT VECCHIA 
"Apple" — Class Pres. 3 ; 
St. Council 3,4; Basketball 
1-4; H.R. Pres. 1,2,4; Base- 
ball 1 ; Golf 2-3 ; Cross Coun- 
try 4; Com: Dance 2-4, 
Prom Dec. 3; Ring 3; Pic- 
tures 3. 



RICHARD R. 
WONDERLIE 

Machinist 
"Big Dick" - Class Sec. 
1-3: Track 1; Basketball 1-3; 
Com: Prom Dec. 3; Candy 2. 






SHIRLEY ANN ZIU 
Hair Stylist 
"Zoo" — G.O.G 3-4 
H.R.H.O. 4; Class Play 4; 
Softball 1-4; Basketball 2-4; 
Mixed Chorus 3,4; Ex- 
change Con. 3; Usherette 3; 
Interclass Basketball 3. 




DENNIS CONGDON 
A rtist 
"Burke" - Class Play Set Designer 4; Yearbook 
4; Scarlet Banner 4; Prom Dec. 3. 




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SENIOR HISTORY 




The greatest event in our Senior Year was the "Exodus" into the 
new Southbridge High School. Many high school students aided in 
the transition by transporting books, files and furniture from the 
old school to the new building. 

The annual Freshman Reception was held in Mary E. Wells 
High Auditorium during the first week of the school year. Many 
students of both schools attended the function. 



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SENIOR COMMITTEES 




CONCESSIONS 




FLOWER, COLOR, AND MOTTO GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Bill Bowen. Diane LaFrance. 
Paul Fontaine 




CLASS CLOWNS 



Ray Carmel, Johanna Soldani. 
Dick Gervasi 




SUPERLATIVES OF 




BEST ARTISTS 

Dennis Congdon, Darcy Domijan, 
Eddie Brousseau 




BEST DANCERS 

Nonnand Simonelli, Violet Zoto, 
Donald Belanger 



8TH PERIOD STUDENTS 

Ray Carmel, Natalie Szugda 
Ron Bachand 



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THE CLASS OF 1962 




DID THE MOST FOR '62 

Eddie Belanger, Harriet Xanthakos 
Bernard Lusignan 





BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS 

Gilbert George, Diane LaFrance, 
Dick Blais 



CHATTERBOXES 

David Morse, Ann Marie Tremblay, 
Dick Gervasi 



BEST ATHLETES 

Bill Bowen, JoAnn Sabatinelli, 
Ron Bachand 




CHANGED THE MOST 
SINCE FRESHMAN YEAR 

John Cutler, Christine Shea, 
Paul Richardson 




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SENIOR PLAY 






Well Son it's Like this 



Well Mr. Day it's like 
this . . . 



Now let us see. 



fe. 




LIFE WITH FATHER 




You called Father? 



'Oh Claire, you're so thoughtful." 



DIRECTED BY DR. FLETCHER 




You called Mum? 




Here are the want ads. 




Get up! Get up! 
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'■' *$&' ''■ ; «;/ "■•■■'' ":Ji:' 
, -■-'..,< ',• '-■.■. ,•;"■■■: 

"It only cost $15." 



JUNIOR HISTORY 







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In our Junior Year, we were upper classmen with new gleaming rings for 
proof. We were determined that with our officers -- Albert Vecchia, President; 
Harriet Xanthakos, Vice President; Violet Zoto, Secretary; and Ronald Pollone, 
Treasurer; this year would be the best. Highlights of the year included our class 
play entitled "Jenny Kissed Me," and our Junior Prom, "Wonderland by Knight." 

Officers of Cole Trade were: Edward Marchessault, President; Edward Bur- 
den, Vice-President; Richard Wonderlie, Secretary; and Bernard Lusignan, 
Treasurer. 



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OUR PROM 



WONDERLAND BY KNIGHT 





Fountain of Youth 





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Class Officers 



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Prom Committee 





Grand March 










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JUNIOR PLAY 







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SOPHOMORE HISTORY 





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We began our Sophomore Year with the election of William 
Bowen, President; Harriet Xanthakos, Vice-President; Diana Sa- 
wicki, Secretary; and Robert Poirier, Treasurer; as our Class 
Officers. 

Students participated in the Science Fair and enjoyed the victory 
of an undefeated Football team for the third year. 







37 



FRESHMAN HISTORY 




FOOTBALL 




mr^ 




SENIORS 



JUNIORS 




Bill Bnwcn Co-Capts. 

Paul Hefner 

Donald Marino Coach 

Anthony Santelli Assistants 

Joseph Montigny 



Ed Belanger 
Jim Julian 
Bob Poirier 
Jan Sichol 



SOPHOMORES 



Tom Borghesi 
Steve Clark 
Ray Croke 
Bill Curboy 
Jim Dam'ian 
Don Ferron 
Rod Fitzgerald 
Bob Galante 
Bill Julian 
Jim Kane 
Harry Lazo 
Bryant Montigny 
John Peters 
Ron Smolen 



Fran Allard 
Ron Bachand 
Bruce Giovanello 
Vin Sinni 
Dick Spielvogel 
Fred Szczypien 
Dick Thibeault 

FRESHMEN 



Bob Blais 
Chris Crosbic 
Doug Filo 
Jim Jowett 
Ted Mach 
Paul Mani 
Charles Nasse 
Scott Phipps 
Fran Proulx 
Mitch Zachara 
Steve Zoto 




SOUTHBRIDGE (MASS.) EVENING NEWS, MONDAY. OCTOBER !>. 1961 



Son fridge High Slaughters Aubur 

: *ai iflaiids rantasudL fafetond Leap*"** 



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ialks Up 3rd Straight; 
nice Giovanello Pace 
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ANG 'UM INDIA 



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Lranw 




: Scarlet & White Whip Milford, 22 to 14; 



Webstemvavo 
OverSowmbrid, 
By Fot^roints 

Thousands of Fans Will Walcb ! 
Traditional Thanksgiving Game 




Mm- Cobby Galante intercepted an 
j Auburn pass on- their 2~ and set up 
m::i- Santhhridgc'i tilth touchdown. Glc- 
a 'e vanello cracked through tbo An- 
i the | burn line and with, a beautiful 
I fw ( block thrown by Sichoi moved to 
from j (he u. On the no! play Giovanello 
up-lstjct'd through again and tallied 
and i the 3 i.v pointer. Ferron booted the 
ra point and Southbridge led 



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SCORES OF THE GAMES 

OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM 

1961 



i will be on hand at 10:13 
reel Field to watch one of 
.11 rivalries on Tha 
new school series. Ii will 
artlett High, ol R ■ 
1 team from Southbridge. 
»t in a new series between 
elt High. The Indians of 
>r five point favorite over 



".'m-; mimiti's of the first period 
■utbbridgc- forced Auburn u> punl 
1 fourth down and the merry-go- 



ing 41-0. 

Auburn finally tallied in -the 
fourth quarter on a freak and gift 
play by Southbridge. Bachaad 
standing in his end zone to punt, 
fumbled tho ball and Bill Benson, 
Auburn center, pounced an the ball 
for a touchdown. Auburn's pass 
for the two extra points was inter- 
cepted by Fred Siczypien. and 
(hat was all for Auburn for tfie 
day. 



Southbridge 22 
Southbridge 35 
Southbridge 49 
Southbridge 6 
Southbridge 14 
Southbridge 7 
Southbridge 



Milford 14 

Westboro 14 

Auburn 6 

South High 31 

Northbridge 20 

Wachusetts 

Bartlett 22 



carlet o 
tanks 



£hite Knot 
fcy, Hum, 




ked From Undefeated 
ng Colonel Victory 



Southbridge Meets_Westboro Tomorrow; 



Poiiier and Bo\ 



bad hall and did 





down field ,i^U 
to perfec elf MB 
n Marino ; J ^MY 


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of Starting Lineup 



Gelling the big job of p 
and stopping Crump falls I 
Belangers shoulders, Marini | 
that Bclaneer. one of l 

more experienced line-bi | 
the iquad will ha 1 e the 
jog Cru.-r.jj 

Mil .if (fie Marline. 
(.Nil- Missing in th. 
be Bobby Poirier a 

.■ . 
SiturdBy's tussle i 

the sU'ling ba. 
be Bob'. 
fallback post. On d< I 
frank Allard will take Po | 
lace Working in place 
e wall wf! 
\ ehlle Rod riltpatrii I 

V. have the defensive asstgi I 
slated his K | 
lip-lop *hape and should 
■> good account of them I 
... the gome westboro Hig | 
ht remembered for putting ■ 
ii the 1,^0 black marks on ft'ell | 
ll^i/winning ttrcak with a lie I 



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BOMBS AWAY Whiley Bachand. extreme lof(,|te«d Auburn High, 49-6 for tiieir third straicht 
™* ^- W '^.J..':" U ^l ' An . ? Mi . '? Jan _ sicho1 -j*'" « f ^e year. Other ideiuifiable players In 



BASEBALL 1961 




TEAM 



Mr. Nicholas Costa 
Don Ferron 
Bryant Montigny 
Bob Galante 
Tim Hughes 
Jeff McCarthy 
Harry Lazo 
Tony Lamarine 
Ray Croke 
Tom Borghesi 
John Peters 
Dan McKinstry 
Todd Misiaszek 



Coach 




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A A 






We the Class of 1962 dedicate this page to the past and present 
athletic coaches of Southbridge, Massachusetts. Always may they 
have led our teams in good sportsmanship and fair play. At present 
they give us the will to succeed in all our endeavors. 

We. the Class of 1962 wish the best to you always. 

May you always be victorious 




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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1961-62 




JoAnn Sabatinelli 
Shirley Ziu 
Harry J. McMahon 
Pat Szydlik 



— Co-Captains 
Coach 



Sue Lango 



Managers 



Michele Hurley — Asst. 



SQUAD 



SCHEDULE 



Janina Swiacki 
Libby Hall 
Paula Kopacz 
Rita Trifone 
Carolyn Englehardt 
Carol Bednardz 
Nancy Gajewski 
Norma Bellerive 
Marion Orzech 
Theresa Webber 
Cynthia Hall 
Karen Greene 
Nancy Swiacki 
Marilyn Christian 



Southbridge Oxford 

Southbridge Bartlett 

Southbridge Woodstock 

Southbridge Prouty 

Southbridge Oxford 

Southbridge Prouty 

Southbridge St. Louis 

Southbridge Woodstock 

Southbridge St. Louis 

Southbridge Bartlett 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 1961-62 




Co-Captains 



Ron Graveline 

Eugene Remian — Coach 

Donald Fitzgerald — Manager 



SQUAD 



Paul Remijan, Francis Holden, Don Ferron, Tony Lamarine, Dick 
Vandernoot, Tim Hughes, Jim Kane, Al Vecchia, Tony Trifone, 
Paul Mani. 



SCHEDULE 

Southbridge Grafton 

Southbridge Algonquin 

Southbridge Leominister 

Southbridge St. Louis 

Southbridge Tourtellote 

Southbridge Notre Dame 

Southbridge Prouty 

Southbridge Notre Dame 

Southbridge Grafton 

Southbridge Bartlett 

Southbridge Pomfret 

Southbridge St. Louis 

Southbridge Tourtellotte 

Southbridge Bartlett 

Southbridge Leominster 

Southbridge Prouty 



CROSSCOUNTRY -1961 




Fred Kopacz 

George Graham — Co-Captains 
Dr. Louis Kyrios — Coach 



SQUAD 



Paul Reniian 
Greg Palmerino 
Mike Koprowski 
Ed Brousseau 
Bill Matte 




VICTORIES 



Notre Dame 
Marianapolis 



DEFEATS 



Tantasqua 
Woodstock 
Marianapolis 




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YEARBOOK STAFF 




Harriet Xanthakos Co-Editors 

Peter Litchfield 

Francis Fennessey Business Manager 

Dr. William Fletcher Faculty Advisor 



TYPING 

Joan Metras 
Darcy Domijan 
Violet Zoto 
Anna Bonadies 
Melodie Mellor 

PAGE FORMAT 



ATHLETICS 

David Charron 
Eddie Robbins 
Sam McKay 
Fred Kopacz 



Kathy Rourke 
Mary Michon 
Linda Lomme 



Donna Bernadone 
Natalie Szugda 
Kathy Manchuk 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Diane LaFrance 
Gilbert George 
Diana Sawicki 
Roger Tiberii 
Madeline Buchanan 
Christine Shea 

ART 

Dennis Congdon 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Dick Boisvert 
Dave Morse 
Ted Gaudette 
Dick Vandernoot 





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STUDENT COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 



Albert Vecchia, President Johanna Soldani, Vice President 

Jeanne LaFleche, Secretary Frank Piccone, Treasurer 

Miss Rose Brodeur, Mr. Eugene Remian, Mr. Walter Glondek, 

Faculty Advisors 



COLE TRADE 



SENIORS 



JUNIORS 



Frank Piccione 
Dick Blais 
Paul Richardson 
C. Vallee 
J. Cloutier 
R. Belanger 
R. Ouellette 
P. Mailhot 
W. Ryan 
R. Fournier 



Ed Belanger 
Bill Bowen 
Fran Fennessey 
Jeanne LaFleche 
Diane LaFrance 
Johanna Soldani 
Harriet Xanthakos 
Dick Boisvert 
Roger Tiberii 

SOPHOMORES 

Tim Hughes 
Nancy Swiacki 
Don Ferron 
Marcia Berthiaume 



Jim Bucknam 
Marcia Grandone 
Susan Lango 
Judy Polakowski 
Connie Thomas 
Ed Brousseau 
Gail Richardson 
Dick Spielvogel 

FRESHMEN 

Bill Dunn 
Paul Mani 
Barbara Tieri 



SCARLET BANNER STAFF 




Leo Lavallee 
Kathleen Rourke 



OFFICERS 



CO-EDITORS 



„„,,„. FACULTY 

Mr. Roland Varm 

Mr. Melvin Baran ADVISORS 



SOCIETY 



PRATTLE 



Donna Bernadone 
Gloria Thanas 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

John Cutler 
Ronald Pollone 

BUSINESS 

Joseph Seremet 
Don Fitzgerald 

ART 



Carolyn Mongeon 
Barbara Mathieu 

LITERATURE 

Marcia Grandone 
Melodie Mellor 

SPORTS 

Ronald Graveline 
Nancy Swiacki 

TYPING 




Darcy Domijan 
Marcia Dion 
Dennis Olsen 



Ann Baker 
Joan Materas 
Lillian Renaud 



Janina Swiacki 
Carolyn Smith 
Georgia Tien 



Libby Hall 
Diane Morrill 
Carolyn Engelhardt 



Harriet Xanthakos 
Peggy DeAngelis 
Marilyn Travinski 



Jane Sherry 
Judy Brodeur 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




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OFFICERS 

William Bowen, President Christine Shea, Vice President 

Roger Lavallee, Treasurer Susan Hopkirk, Secretary 
Mrs. Eva Casavant, Mr. Frank Skinyon, Faculty Advisors 



SENIORS 

Paul Coiteux 
John Cutler 
Darcy Domijan 
Theodore Gaudette 
Patricia Giroux 
Diane LaFrance 
Richard Lavallee 
Linda Lomme 
Diana Sawicki 
Janice Splaine 




JUNIORS 

Louis Berthiaume 
James Bucknam 
Cornelia Cronin 
Ardell Foss 
Roger Fournier 
Sheila Galligan 
Sylvia Kopacz 
Edwin Lack 
John Livernois 
Paul Remijan 
Patricia Sydlik 
Joan Sylvestri 



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BAND 




OFFICERS 

Ken Plouffe, President Ronald Plouffe, Vice-President 

Dennis Kroll, Secretary 

Paul Sweet, Director 



MAJORETTES 



DRUM MAJOR 



Kathleen Rourke 

Barbara Christo 
Nancy Brown 
Christine Salvati 
Karen Saletnik 
Janice Tiberii 
Roberta Pollone 




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CHORAL GROUPS 




MIXED CHORUS 



Sidney Gates Conducting 




GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 



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CHEERLEADERS 





CAPTAIN 

Ann Baker 



Susan Bastien 
Joyce Collette 
Ardell Foss 
Sandra Fox 
Darlene Lafortune 
Susan Schauweker 
Christine Shea 
Maxine Tetreault 



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JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS 



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Ginny Ryan 
Judy Brodeur 
Nancy Chamberland 



Penny Collette 
Natalie Lavoie 
Mrs. Dorothy Daly 
Faculty Advisor 



June Houle 
Pat Dubreuil 
Diane Brault 



DRILL TEAM 




Natalie Morse 
Jane Sherry 
Joette Lataille 
Mary Liro 



Janice Vitali 
Maureen Foley 
Laura Lusignan 
Pauline Goulet 



Carol Hughes 
Patricia Page 
Sharon Joule 
Linda Miscook 



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f^a Q^m^siM. 






PEP CLUB 



OFFICERS 



M. Liro, President J. Vitali, Recording Secretary 

L. Lusignan, Vice-President L. Bonnette, Corresponding Secretary 

L. Brousseau, Treasurer 

Miss Ada Tieri, Facultv Adviser 



P. McCann 
J. Nabozny 
P. Sheehan 
P. Kopacz 
T. Billis 
S. Cirsenault 
A. Battista 
C. Crevier 
K. Martin 
M. Misias/eh 
L. LaFlamme 
P. Latour 
C. Krasnechy 
L. Gaudette 
M. Blackmer 
N. Ghamberland 
N. Brown 
R. Laval lee 



S. Bastien 

B. Miskoski 
G. Willctt 
M. Travinsky 
M. Shea 

S. Prince 

C. Hall 

J. Lataille 

D. LaFortune 
S. Jewell 

L. Lenire 
C. Lapierrc 
J. Koualski 
N. Fredericks 
K. Green 
J. Desrosiers 
N. Gajewski 



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THE "S" CLUB 




OFFICERS 



Ronald Bachand, President Bruce Giovanello, Secretary 

Jan Sichol, Vice-President Don Ferron, Treasurer 

Donald Marino, Faculty Adviser 



Ray Croke 
Don Guardiani 
Dick Boisvert 
Chris Crosbie 
Albert Vecchia 
Paul Reinian 
Rod Fitzgerald 
David Gharron 
Mike Koprowski 
Jim Kane 
Paul Mani 
Fran Allard 
Tony Trifone 
Bryant Montigny 
Bill Bowcn 
Jim Julian 



Eddie Belanger 
Bob Poirier 
Bob Galante 
Harry Lazo 
Bill Curboy 
Dick Vandernoot 
Tim Hughes 
Dick Spielvogel 
Greg Palmerino 
Eddie Brousseau 
Fred Kopacz 
Fran Fennessey 
Fred Szczypien 
Yvon Cyr 
Ray Ovellette 
Dennis Gay 




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STUDENT 




Ellen Eason, Rusty Gray, Kathy Rourke, Bill Bowen, 
Mary Lou Roper, Brad Stein, Muriel Crofton, Mike 
Koprowski, Sandy Reber, Jean Varner, John Tracy, 



Darcy Domijan, John Cutler, Joe Seremet, Harriet 
Xanthakos, Sheila Smith, Brad Sawtell, Diane 
LaFrance, Janice Splaine, John Salce. 



On January 6, 1962, ten Southbridge High School students departed for Mel- 
bourne, Florida as part of a Student Exchange Program. On January 28, 1962 ten 
students from Melbourne High School arrived in Southbridge to spend a week. The 
program enabled us not only to compare the educational systems, which proved to 
be completely different, but also to acquire an understanding among students from 
different sections of our nation. Many new and lasting friendships have developed 
and the students are exceedingly grateful to have been afforded this unforgetable 
experience. 






A rainy departure. 



Well — here we go. 



Change over at New London. 




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Delay at New York. 




The long train trip. 
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Melbourne High School. 



EXCHANGE 






Outside Corridors 



Trophy Shelf 



Detention Hall?? 






"Hi" — A missile at Patrick's Air 
Force Base. 



Pizza anyone? 



Anyone for Charades? 






Choo-Choo with a hand check. 



How about the Limbo? 



Visitor from Pakistan and Mike 
serenading us. 






Another Kingston Trio in the making? 



A sunny farewell. 



Train trip home 
3:00 A.M. in the train Lounge. 



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CLASSICAL CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Terry Chase, President Marcia Berthiaume, Vice President 

Marian Opzech, Secretary David Utakis, Treasurer 

Francis Cassidy, Faculty Adviser 



M. Tiavinski 
R. Trifone 
M. Shea 
J. Houghton 
M. Sinolen 
J. Fitzgibbons 
J. Bates 
S. Jalbei t 
M. Earls 
P. Gracyalny 
M. Matte 
B. New lendse 
J. Renand 



S. Johnson 
F. Bachand 
I). Chase 
J. Latendress 
C. Bousquet 
Paula Kopacz 
F. Proulx 
C. Nasse 
W. Broughton 
T. Weber 
L. Moinonie 
L. Desmans 




FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




Ronald Pollone, President Anna Bonadies, Vice President 

Kathleen Ryan, Treasurer Michele Hurley, Secretary 

Dr. William Fletcher, Faculty Adviser 



Paula Kopacz 
Janice Tiberii 
Natalie Morse 
Janice Splaine 
Pat Dubreil 
Nancy Chamberland 
Sue Hopkirk 
Marcia Grandone 
Violet Zoto 



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WILL OF THE CLASS OF 1962 



We the class of 1962, the first class to be gradu- 
ated from Southbridge High School, proudly make 

the following bequests: 

To Mr. Young and Mr. Beals, our class advisors, we 
leave our gratitude for all the help and under- 
standing they have given us these past two years. 

To our homeroom teachers we leave the following: 

Mr. Young we leave a deodorizer for his homeroom 
to improve the odor after his chemistry experi- 
ments. 

To Miss Fitzgerald we leave her memories of a class 
we hope she won't forget; To Dr. Fletcher we 
leave a new Corvette for him to drive to school 
in ; and to Miss Brodeur, we leave a salon for 
the many times in the future, that she will be 
painting actors and actresses. 

Individually we leave the following: 

"Whitey" Bachand leaves his natural athletic ability 
to Donnie Ferron. 

Ann Baker leaves her cheerleading megaphone to 
Penny Collette. 

Betty Mae Barnes leaves her friendliness to Ginny 
Michon. 

Donald Belanger leaves his dancing ability to Rich- 
ard Thibeault. 

Edward Belanger leaves his gavel to next year's class 
President. 

Donna Bernadone leaves her teasing comb to Betty 
Berry. 

Janice Bernier leaves her many teasings of her 
nickname — Barthol to the Bartholion 

Institute. 

David Bertrand leaves behind his time attendance 
record to Robert Cantara. 

Joann Bertrand leaves her seat on the bus to Jane 
Lombard:. 

Sandra Bingham leaves her contact lenses to Donna 
Hughes. 

Richard Blais leaves peace and quiet to Mr. Keyes. 

Eugene Blanchette leaves his mustachio to Ronald 
Corriveau. 

Joy Boerner leaves her seat in sociolgy to Sandy 
O'Brien. 

Richard Boisvert leaves "Fif" to posterity 1 ,. 

Anna Bonadies leaves her late arrivals. 

Bonnie Borghesi leaves her Italian looks to her bro- 
ther, Tom. Good luck girls!!! 

Bill Bowen leaves his crutches to Bruce Giovanello. 

Eddie Beousseau leaves his left handed drawing 
machine to Vinny Sinni. 

Joanne Brown leaves her Sociology notes to Mr. 
Varin. 

Madeline Buchanan leaves her smile to Pat Burzyki. 
Eddie Burden leaves his height to Edwin Lach. 
Joanna Calcogni leaves her petiteness to Jane Sherry. 
Ray Garmel leaves the office for the last time. 
David Gharron leaves his scientific ability to Paul 
Racicot. 



Elaine Chase leaves her quietness to Judy Polakowski. 
Susie Clemence leaves her "unmentionables" to Sue 

Bastien. 
Paul Coiteux leaves his blown fuses to Ronnie 

Giroux. 
Donald Collette leaves his community talent to Louis 

Berthiaume. 
Joyce Collette leaves her vivaciousness to Pat 

Magoon. 
Dennis Congdon leaves all his Alfred E, Neuman 

drawings to Francis Proulx. 
Vivian Counoyer leaves her bottle of peroxide to 

Sue Schauweker. 
Veronica Cuikaj leaves her Polish name to Patty 

Gracyalny. 
John Cutler leaves his camera to Allen Flint. 
Lorraine Demick leaves her natural waves to Carol 

Dillon, 
Ida Diviris leaves her job at Goodwin's to Pammy 

Dupaul. 
Darcy Domijan leaves her lead in the Senior Class 

Play to Connie Cronin. 
Roland Dupre leaves his naturally straight and up- 
standing hair to Alex Kamizirides. 
Pat Duqette leaves her long walk to school to Sheila 

Gallagan. 
Raymond Engel leaves his drafting room infleunce 

to Ri:hard Hill. 
Paul Ethier leaves his elevated shoes to Richard 

Belanger. 
Paulette Ethier leaves her shorthand to Becky 

McKinstry. 
Francis Fennessey leaves his questions to any one 

who can answer them. 
Donald Fitzgerald leaves his Aunt to the Junior 

Class! 
Paul Fontaine leaves his French speaking ability to 

George Fournier. 
Gerald Forrand leaves! 
Carol Fortier leaves her car to all those who have 

to walk to school. 
John Gatti leaves his interest in politics to James 

Bucknam. 
Theodore Gaudette leaves his Physics homework to 

Bruce Gilbeault. 
Gilbert George leaves his alarm clock to Dorriane 

Sandman and Cheryl Proulx. 
Richard Gervasi leaves his big voice to Joe Aramini. 
Pat Giroux leaves her Boisterous manner to Barbara 

Mathieu. 
Ronald Graveline leaves his comb to Mr. Remian. 
Betsy Guardiani leaves her many parlies to Patty 

Page. 
Donnie Guardiani leaves his mechanical drawing 

pencil to Mr. Nickerson. 
Leo Guyette leaves, only to make Miss Fitzgerald 

happy. 
James Hall leaves his pugilistic ability to Ralph 
Hebert. 



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Sue Hopkirk leaves her money in the cafeteria. 

Michele Hurley leaves her "cast" for "twisters." 

Richard Jeskey leaves his dark complexion to Vasil 
Veshia. 

Jim Julian leaves his muscles to Gary Karp. 

Fred Kopacz leaves his car behind a bush. 

Mike Koprovvski leaves his class ring in Melbourne, 
Fla. 

Jay Labelle leaves his bowling ball to Kim Pal- 
merino. 

Bob LaFlamme leaves his pegged pants to Rod 
Fitzgerald. 

Jeanne LeFleche leaves her D.A.R. award to Mary 
Ann Liro. 

Diane LaFrance leaves Dick Boisvert to posterity. 

Richard Lapierre leaves his taxi to William Ryan. 

Catherine Lapriore leaves her fingernails to Joette 
Lataille. 

Leo Lavallee leaves his keys to Woodworking shop 
to Mr. Sparrow. 

Richard Lavallee leaves his trig-ability to Bob 
Langevin. 

Roger Lavallee leaves his job as Treasurer of the 
N.H.S. to Mrs. Casavant. 

Peter Litchfield leaves a job well done on the year- 
book to anyone who wants it. 

Joe Lombardi leaves his spot in front of Miss 
Brodeur's room to Al John, for those early morn- 
ing get-togethers. 

Linda Lomme leaves her love for French to Dell 
Foss. 

Bernard Lusignan leaves his ability to be excused 
from class to Franny Ailard. 

Kathy Manchuk leaves her red hair to Rachel Peck. 

Joan Materas leaves good relations between the 
trade division and the academic division of S.H.S. 

Sam McKay leaves his daily shower at the "Y" to 
Tim Hughes. 

Melodie Mellor leaves her successful diet to anyone 
who can stick to it. 

Sue Merry leaves her pills to Sandra Harding. 

Mary Michon leaves her quick temper to Sue Lango. 

David Morse leaves his curly hair to Mr. Jordan. 

Linda Mosher leaves her speed driving to Connie 
Thomas. 

Nanch Ohop leaves her seat in study hall to Janet 
Tremblay. 

Dennis Olson leaves his artistic ability to Marcia 
Dion. 

William Olsen leaves his casual expressions to 
Roland Hevey. 

Ronnie Osimo leaves his Civil Defense hat to Ram- 
son McLain. 

Louise Paulus leaves her dimples to Carol Gould. 

Diane Ovellette leaves her nice smile to Sue Schau- 
weker. 

Barbara Perazzola leaves her typewriter to Gail 
Matte. 

Kenny PloufTe leaves his tuba to his brother. Ronnie. 



Bob Poirier leaves his sister, Celine, to Paul Mani. 
Ronnie Pollone leaves his driving skills to Bobby 

Galante. 
Susan Quigley leaves her giggles to Marilyn 

Christian. 
Polly Rain leaves her saying "ah beans" to the cook 

in the cafeteria. 
Costa Rapo leaves his love of bookkeeping home- 
work to Sandra Fox. 
Vasil Rapo leaves his orthodox walk to Steve Zoto. 
Lillian Renaud leaves her job as Mrs. LeBoeuf's 

assistant to Diane Lacasse. 
Paul Richardson leaves his sedate manner to Ken- 
neth Carpenter. 
Eddie Robbins leaves his job at Nu-Way to Bryant 

Montigny. 
Pat Robbins leaves her eye lashes to Joyce Paradise. 
Kathy Rourke leaves her pictures to Mr. Baran. 
Joann Sabatinelli leaves a pound of salami to Diane 

Marinelli. 
John Salce leaves Mr. Desroches' office unattended. 
Diana Sawicki leaves her Renault to Mr. Young to 

cover the class debt. 
Joe Seremet leaves his skies to Natalie Morse. 
Tina Shea leaves her job at the hospital to Jane 

Bachand. 
Jan Sichol leaves his design of a two purpose table 

to parties, unknown. 
Stuart Simon leaves his job at Consumers to his 

brother David. 
"Deano" Simonelli leaves his wild parties to Mary 

Ann Rines. 
George Sladdin leaves his antics to John Marinelli. 
Carolyn Smith leaves her height to Helen Siemien- 

kiewicz. 
Johanna Soldani leaves her Rambler to Darlene 

LaFortune to ride around in. 
Janice Splaine leaves her boyfriends scattered all 

over the country. 
Natalie Szugda leaves her angles to Mr. Jordan. 
Margaret Tarquinio leaves her seat in law class to 

her sister, Carmen. 
Roger Tiberii leaves his personality to "Elsie the 

Cow." 
Ann Tremblay leaves her engagement ring on her 

finger. 
George Vallee leaves the family reputation to 

brother, Normand. 
"Apple" Vecchia leaves his back seat on the basket- 
ball bus to Franny Holden. 
Richard Wonderlie leaves his quiet disposition to 

"Mickey Mouse." 
Harriet Xanthakos leaves the Yearbook for Florida. 
Shirley Ziu leaves her athletic ability to Libby Hall. 
Violet Zoto leaves her patience to Nancy Swiacki. 



63 




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EDWARDS 



Southbridge Gift Headquarters for 1 1 5 Years 
Your Department Store Since 1 844 



Dial 764-3238 



Free Daily Delivery Service 



METRO BROS. 

RCA RADIO and TELEVISION 

Tobacco, Confectionery, Toys 

Tel. 764-7651 

333 Main Street Southbridge, Mass. 



THE ELM BEAUTY SALON 

For Modern Hair Styling 
C. A. BUCKLEY 



9 Elm Street 



Dial 765-5114 



CENTRAL MUSIC STORE 



Dial 764-7386 



ALBERT N. McGRATH 

REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 

Dial 764-771 1 

24 Blanchard Building Southbridge, Mass. 



WHITFORD PHARMACY, INC. 

Laurier G. Bastien, Reg. Pharm. 
Corner Main & Hamilton Streets 



Southbridge, Mass. 



Dial 764-7401 



LEO'S BARBER SHOP 

8 Chapin Street — Quality Haircuts 



THE UNITED LENS CO., INC. 




"Patronize Our Advertisers" 



SOUTHBRIDGE — MASS. 



SOUTHBRIDGE & WEBSTER 
PLUMBING CO., INC. 



PLUMBING — HEATING — AIR CONDITIONING 
TOYS — HOUSEWARES — GIFTS 

1 86 Hamilton Street Dial 764-3773 Southbridge, Mass. 



CENTRE PHARMACY 

Far Drug Store Needs Call On Us 

THE REXALL STORE 

31? Main Street Southbridge, Mass. 

Dial 764-7063 



TOT TO TEEN SHOP 

INFANTS' — CHILDREN'S WEAR 
16 Hamilton Street Dial 764-7234 



BILLIS' DINER 

and 
COFFEE SHOP 



10-12 Central Street 



Southbridge, Mass. 



SOUTHBRIDGE TOOL CO., INC. 

Manufacturers Of 

MACHINERY PARTS 

Precision Production Work 

Mechanical-Devices 

Southbridge, Massachusetts 



Dial 764-8276 



1 4 Curtis Street 



W. H. LEGATE CO. 

Touraine & Benjamin 
Moore Paints 



ELM MARKET 

PAUL ROY 



BOUSQUET'S AUTO PARTS 



H. U. BAIL SONS, INC. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
9 Franklin Street — Dial 764-8131 — Southbridge, Mass. 



226 Elm Street 



HENRY'S RADIO SHOP 

FURNITURE — APPLIANCES — TELEVISION 

Television and Radio Repairs 

Dial 764-4446 



Southbridge, Mass. 



LOUIS DRESS SHOP 

Southbridge, Mass. 



RALPH'S SPA 

Corner Elm and Everett Streets 

Dial 764-8976 

Candy — Sodas — Patent Medicines 



SOUTHBRIDGE ROOFING CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1881 
Factory and Residential Roofing — Fabricated Sheet Metal Products 
Dudley Road Dial 764-4336 Southbridge, Mass. 

SOUTHBRIDGE CREDIT UNION 

Dial 764-3829 

277 Main Street — Southbridge, Mass. 

Valmore P. Tetreault, President Ernest Fontaine, Treasurer 

Member of Credit Union League of Massachusetts, Incorporated 
Member of the Credit Union Fund, Incorporated 

CLEMENCE LUMBER CORPORATION 

Dealers in Lumber — Doors — Sash — Mouldings — Roofings — Etc. 
248 Elm Street, Cor. Everett Dial 764-8856 Southbridge, Mass. 



Compliments Of 

BILL SWIACKI 

REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 
Southbridge, Mass. 

222 Main Street Dial 764-4391 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

M. ABELMAN & SON CO. 

SUPPLIER'S OF ALL KITCHEN 

EQUIPMENT IN THE NEW 
SOUTHBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 



RUSSEL - HARRINGTON CUTLERY COMPANY 

SOUTHBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 



G. GREGOIRE & SONS 

SHOES — MEN'S FURNISHINGS 

68 Years' Experience in Shoe 

Repairing 

Dial 764-6634 15 Hamilton Street 



LePAIN'S PHARMACY 

Albert H. LePain Ph.G. 

Prescription Chemist 

Hospital and Sick Room Supplies 

Sales and Rental 

248 Hamilton Street Dial 764-3269 



MARTEL'S 

CLEANERS — DYERS — FUR STORAGE 
Our Dry Cleaning Is Done In Town, Brings Quicker Service 



142 Hamilton Street 



Dial 764-2125 



KEEP IN 
TRIM 



FOR THE YEAR "ROUND 

FUN 

FITNESS Y FRIENDS 

267 Main Street 

SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. 
Call, Write or Phone for Details 

Dial 764-4121 

Y.M.C.A. 



START 
NOW 



BARBARA'S BEAUTY SALON 

Dial 764-4681 39 Elm Street 

Southbridge, Massachusetts 



WELD AND BECK 
FEED & SUPPLY COMPANY INC. 

51 Foster Street Dial 764-4027 

Southbridge, Massachusetts 



200 Mechanic Street 



LIPPE'S MARKET 

Ernest and Raymond Lippe 



Southbridge, Mass. 



282 Main Street 



WAITE'S HARDWARE 



Southbridge, Mass. 



THE VILLAGE BEAUTY SALON 

222 Main Street Southbridge, Mass. 

Dial 764-4875 



10 Elm Street 



BUTLER'S FLOWER SHOP 



Dial 765-5440 



1 1 Elm Street 



DAVID LENTI 

SHOES — CLOTHING 



Southbr-idge, Mass. 



GUARANTY BANK & TRUST COMPANY 

SOUTHBRIDGE STURBRIDGE 

THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



WORCESTER COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 

249 Main Street — Southbridge, Mass. 
Arthur R. Hedlund — Vice President 

A Full Range of Banking and Trust Services 
for Worcester County 



SOUTHBRIDGE 

SAVINGS 

BANK 

YOUR MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK 

ENCOURAGES THRIFT THROUGH 

SCHOOL SAVINGS 



KEYES PONTIAC - 

1 29 Worcester Street 



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OLDSMOBILE SALES 

pj\ | "riif Southbridge, Mass. 



R. ROBBINS 

We carry a complete line of men's and young men's clothing 
including Palm Beach and North Cool suits. 



FLOOD'S SERVICE STATION 



93 Hamilton Street 



Dial 764-79(65 



FLORSHEIM'S 

MEN'S — BOYS' SHOP 



280 Main Street 



Southbridge, Mass. 



SPEED SHIFTERS 

Gerald Furrond 

Richard Jeskey 

Dial 764-6872 or 764-3641 



JAY'S NEWS 

266 Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



FOUNTAIN SERVICE 



ART'S VARIETY STORE 

267 South Street 
Arthur Commito, Prop. Dial 765-5370 



MAGAZINES 



Route 15, Sturbridge, Mass. 



OVIDE'S HOTEL 

Restaurant — Swimming Pool — Novelties 

Cocktail Lounge — Picnic Grounds 

Pool Side Motel House of Eagles 



Dial 347-9400 or 347-8370 



Dial 764-3255 



HARRY I. CUTLER, INC. 




Authorized Sales and Service 
LINCOLN MERCURY 



Worcester Road 



MORIN STUDIOS 

South bridge & Webster Mass. 





PORTRAITS OF 
DISTINCTION 



Congratulations!! 

We wish you the best of luck in years to come! 
We, the Morin Studios of Southbridge and 
Webster, are proud of the part we have had in 
helping to make your yearbook a permanent re- 
minder of your school years, one of the happiest 
and most exciting times of your life! We hope 
that just as you have chosen us as your class 
photographer you will continue to think of Morin 
Studios when you want photographs to help 
you remember other momentous days to come! 
When you choose Morin Studios you are sure of 
the finest craftsmanship at moderate prices! We 
wish to extend our most sincere gratitude to all 
the members of the Class of 1962! 



E. D. DESROSIER and CO. 

INSURANCE 



27 Hamilton Street 



Dial 764-2591 



Southbridge, Mass. 



GOODWIN'S 

Southbridge, Mass. 



MORRISON 
FINANCE COMPANY 



1 Elm Street 



Dial 764-4355 



246 Worcester Street 



SIMONDS MACHINE CO., INC. 



Dial 764-3235 



MISCELLANEOUS 








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A MAN PREPARED 



HAS FOUGHT HALF THE BATTLE." 




The above quotation is as fresh and 
ture as it was when wise old Cervantes — 
author of Don quixote — wrote it over 300 
years ago. Study and preparation for the 
future have always paid dividends in later 
years. 

The academic training you now receive 
is your preparation for coming battles. 
Such weapons as English, mathematics, 
and science will be used constantly to ac- 
cumulate greater knowledge, to acquire 
new skills, to earn a living. Much of your 
success in later life will depend upon how 
thoroughly you master your present studies. 



A successful business, too, must prepare 
itself for whatever changes the future may 
bring. Here at American Optical Company 
we constantly study and search for new 
materials, new designs, new techniques. 
Through day-to-day learning and new ideas 
we have kept abreast or ahead of the times 
in our field. 

Our very best wishes go with you who 
are about to assume your new duties and 
obligations in life. It is our sincere hope 
that the future years may hold for you a 
brimming measure of health and happiness. 



American Optical 

COMPANY 



Since 1833 . . . Better Vision For Better Living 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



THOMAS VARIETY 



9 Elm Street 



BOUVIER INSURANCE 



Southbridge, Mass. 



C. E. MANSEAY 

Kiddies' Wear — Ladies' Apparel 
22 Elm Street Dial 765-5013 



PAQUETTE 
STATIONERY CO. 

315 Main Street — Southbridge, Mass. 

3 Norwhich Street — Worcester, Mass. 



24 Hamilton Street 



CONSUMER'S SUPER MARKET 

GROCERIES — MEAT — PRODUCE 



Dial 764-4186 



HYDE MANUFACTURING CO. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Manufacturers of 

INDUSTRIAL MACHINE and 

HAND KNIVES 




HARRY J. MCMAHON 



On June 22, 1962 Southbridge High School will lose one of its best liked and most 
capable teachers and Athletic Directors in the person of Harry J. McMahon. Coach 
McMahon is retiring after 36 years in the Southbridge school system. 

McMahon came to Southbridge in 1926 after graduating from Holy Cross Col- 
lege, Worcester, Mass. where he played varsity football as a halfback and a 
quarterback. 

In sports his teams were exceedingly successful. His 1928 basketball team won 
the Western Worcester County League Championship. In 1935 he gave South- 
bridge its first undefeated football team. McMahon's greatest accomplishments were 
in baseball. His record shows that his teams won over 100 games while only losing 
about 30. 

Even though Coach McMahon will not be active in sports any longer, his memory 
will live forever in the hearts of all Southbridge residents. The Class of 1962 
wishes him and his family the best of luck in the years to come. 



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